Lost City Arts

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New York, NY
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About Lost City Arts

Established in 1982 by owner James Elkind, Lost City Arts is recognized as a leading source of 20th century design and fine arts. The gallery specializes in collections of post-war American craft furniture with an emphasis on works by Harry Bertoia.

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Adja Yunkers "Icon XX" Framed Oil on Paper, USA, 1970s
Adja Yunkers "Icon XX" Framed Oil on Paper, USA...
Adja Yunkers
Vintage 1970s American Paintings
Paper
An intriguing work by an intriguing artist. Born in Latvia Yunkers lived and studied extensively in Leningrad, Berlin, Paris, and London. He lived in Paris for 14 years, and then mov...
Just Anderson Signed Patinated Bronze Dish or Bowl, Denmark, 1930s
Just Anderson Signed Patinated Bronze Dish or B...
Just Andersen
Vintage 1930s Danish Scandinavian Modern Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche
Just Andersen was born in 1884 in Greenland. His first apprenticeship was as a decorative sculptor and in 1910, studied at the Royal Academy for art followed by studying at the Schoo...
Mari Simmulson "Etna" #4535 Stoneware Vase for Upsula Ekby, Sweden 1960s
Mari Simmulson "Etna" #4535 Stoneware Vase for ...
Upsala Ekeby, Mari Simmulson
Vintage 1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Ceramics
Stoneware
Mari Simmulson (1911-2000) is one of the well-known artists of Swedish ceramic design of the 20th century. She was one of the leading designers for Gustavsberg and Upsala-Ekeby in th...
Lino Sabattini Signed Sculptural Silver Plate Centerpiece Bowl,  Italy 1970s
Lino Sabattini Signed Sculptural Silver Plate C...
Lino Sabattini
Vintage 1960s Italian Mid-Century Modern Serving Bowls
Brass
As with all of Sabattini's work this bowl possesses a modernist elegance. It also is an impressive size which makes it an ideal centerpiece
French Drinking Fountain Model by Charles Augus...
Charles Auguste Lebourg
Antique 1870s Garden Ornaments
Composition
Sir Richard Wallace was a Francophile philanthropist that donated fifty drinking fountains to the city of Paris. The drinking fountains were designed by Charles Auguste Lebourg afte...
Murano Vase by Guilio Radi for A.V.E.M. Glasswo...
Giulio Radi
Vintage 1940s Italian Mid-Century Modern Vases
Glass
Guilio Radi experimented with thickly layered glass, murrines and metallic inclusions. In 1932 he established the A.V.E.M. glassworks, started working as designer and doing a great d...
Harry Bertoia Spray Sculpture with Rare Flat Ro...
Harry Bertoia
Vintage 1960s American Sculptures
Stainless Steel, Bronze
Harry Bertoia's spray sculptures are one of his most identifiable forms and this one has the additional appeal of the flat rounded bronze ends rarely found on the spray sculptures.
Harry Bertoia Early Wire Form Sculpture, Untitled
Harry Bertoia
Vintage 1950s American Abstract Sculptures
Steel, Wire
A very early sculpture that represents one of the many stages of Bertoia's experimentation with materials. He felt that "Wire forms have a great range of expressions. Their construct...
Maquette for the Fountain Sculpture at the Phil...
Harry Bertoia
Vintage 1960s American Abstract Sculptures
Bronze
The actual fountain stood outside the Philadelphia Civic Center until 2000 when it was removed and kept in storage. It was recently acquired by the Woodmere Art Museum in Chestnut Hi...
Hans Georg Weinloth Flared Stoneware Vessel, Ge...
Vintage 1970s German Mid-Century Modern Vases
Stoneware
A wonderful piece of German studio pottery with a complex glaze of earth tones.
Ingeborg Zenker Sculptural Stoneware Vessel, Ge...
Vintage 1970s European Scandinavian Modern Vases
Stoneware
Ingeborg Zenker (1926 - 2010) was a student of Richard Uhlemeyer. During her time as a journeyman she worked in various ceramics companies, including Sibylle Karrenberg-Dresler. In 1...
Scandinavian Five Frosted White Glass Pendant L...
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Vintage 1960s Danish Scandinavian Modern Chandeliers and Pendants
Teak, Blown Glass
A strikingly large fixture with the flexibility to use in a variety of spaces. The length of each pendant is adjustable if desired.

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